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Required that salaries, taxes and expenditures be scrutinized by elected officials.
a) Power of the Purse
b) Quartering Act
c) Stamp Act
d) Sugar Act

Ban on colonization beyond the Appalachian Mountains
a) Line of Declamation
b) Proclamation Line
c) 41st Parallel
d) Stamp Act

Any tax on goods that are produced and consumed entirely within a country
a) Excise Tax
b) Export Tax
c) Tarrif
d) internal tax

Requirement that the colonists help provision the British army
a) Food and Quarters Act
b) Quartering Act
c) Draw and Quartering Act
d) Townshend Act

A repressive series of direct taxes on various colonial goods, such as glass
a) Sugar Act
b) Stamp Act
c) Townshend Acts
d) Coercive Acts

British attempt to tax legal and commercial documents in the colonies
a) Stamp Act
b) Sugar Act
c) Prohibition Act
d) Coercive Acts

British Minister who attempted to collect new taxes from the colonies
a) John Dickinson
b) Patrick Henry
c) George III
d) George Grenville

Orator from Virginia who opposed British tyranny
a) Patrick Henry
b) John Adams
c) James Buchanan
d) William Pitt

Leader of the Sons of Liberty
a) Patrick Henry
b) John Adams
c) Samuel Adams
d) Thomas Jefferson

Who proposed to unite the colonies against France?
a) John Adams
b) Benjamin Franklin
c) Patrick Henry
d) George Grenville

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